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Charlottetown, P.E.I.
C1A 2T3

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“Name Our Mascot” Winner – Congratulations to Tucker Gehl

“Congratulations to Tucker Gehl for submitting the winning name “Copper” for the Charlottetown Police Services “Name Our Mascot” Contest.  “Copper” was selected as the top choice from the sixty-eight entries received.  Thank-you to everyone who participated and we...

Back to School – Keep our Kids Safe

Charlottetown Police Services would like to welcome all teachers, staff and students back for the 2021-2022 school year. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that safety is all islanders responsibility as we make our way to and from schools:...

Brad MacConnell Named New Chief of Police

After a nationwide search, the City of Charlottetown has named Brad MacConnell the new Chief of the Charlottetown Police Services. Chief MacConnell was sworn in at an official ceremony held in Council Chambers at City Hall on Monday, August 30, 2021. The Honourable...

CPS Attend City Life Skills Camp

Cst Tim Keizer and Cst Dale Johnson dropped into the Inner City Life Skills Camp founded by Lenny Serois over 33 years ago. The Charlottetown Police Service are proud supports of the camp that provides Charlottetown youth with a fun filled confidence building...

Cyber Bullying and Fraud Talk

On Sat Aug 7 2021 Cst Tim Keizer and police outreach youth worker Jane Wood had the pleasure of addressing both youth and their parent of the dangers of cyber bullying. In  a later session police spoke to the realities of online frauds. Special thanks to Tammy Rayner...

NAME OUR MASCOT CONTEST

The Charlottetown Police Services needs your help to name our new mascot. The contest is open to children 12 years of age or younger and will be received Until August 18th, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Entries may be dropped off at the Charlottetown Police Services Headquarters...

PEI Classic Car Club Parade

Charlottetown Police Services recently had the pleasure to lead the PEI Antique Car Club parade through four different long-term care facilities in Charlottetown.  A big thank you to Rudy Croken and members of the Antique Car Club.  The parade saw fourteen antique...

CPS Participate in Annual Stars for Life BBQ

Charlottetown Polices Services Community Action Team participated in the annual Stars for Life BarBQ meet and greet on Wednesday July 21st. Stars for Life Foundation was established in 2002.  Its mission is committed to creating quality of life for people with autism...

Power-assisted Bicycle Regulations

Charlottetown Police Services would like to inform the public of new Power-assisted Bicycle Legislation that came into effect on July 10, 2021. The e-bike market has grown by leaps and bounds around the world and Prince Edward Island is no exception. The rising...

Cst Kristi MacKay Guest Speaker at Special Olympics PEI Gala

Cst MacKay was guest speaker at last nights Special Olympics PEI Enriching Lives Gala.  Cst MacKay has been involved with Special Olympics for many years.  She holds this organization near and dear to her heart and has formed a special friendship with athlete Erin...

“Name Our Mascot” Winner – Congratulations to Tucker Gehl

“Congratulations to Tucker Gehl for submitting the winning name “Copper” for the Charlottetown Police Services “Name Our Mascot” Contest.  “Copper” was selected as the top choice from the sixty-eight entries received.  Thank-you to everyone who participated and we...

Back to School – Keep our Kids Safe

Charlottetown Police Services would like to welcome all teachers, staff and students back for the 2021-2022 school year. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that safety is all islanders responsibility as we make our way to and from schools:...

Brad MacConnell Named New Chief of Police

After a nationwide search, the City of Charlottetown has named Brad MacConnell the new Chief of the Charlottetown Police Services. Chief MacConnell was sworn in at an official ceremony held in Council Chambers at City Hall on Monday, August 30, 2021. The Honourable...

CPS Attend City Life Skills Camp

Cst Tim Keizer and Cst Dale Johnson dropped into the Inner City Life Skills Camp founded by Lenny Serois over 33 years ago. The Charlottetown Police Service are proud supports of the camp that provides Charlottetown youth with a fun filled confidence building...

Cyber Bullying and Fraud Talk

On Sat Aug 7 2021 Cst Tim Keizer and police outreach youth worker Jane Wood had the pleasure of addressing both youth and their parent of the dangers of cyber bullying. In  a later session police spoke to the realities of online frauds. Special thanks to Tammy Rayner...

How do I…

Wanted

UPDATE – Michael Arthur GAUDET LOCATED & ARRESTED

UPDATE - Sept 14 @ 7:30 am The suspect, Michael GAUDET was located and arrested this morning without incident at a residence on Rochford Street. We wish to thank the public for their assistance in locating him. ----------------------------------------------------...

Police Investigating Incident at a Residence on King St

File: 20211372409 Charlottetown Police Services responded to an incident this morning at 6:00 am at a residence on King Street. The Charlottetown Police Major Crime, Forensic Identification, Patrol units and RCMP Police Dog Services are on scene.  The investigation is...

Assault with a Weapon – Charges Laid

File: 20211347109 At 4:30 pm on Wednesday (Sep 8), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of an assault that occurred in a parking lot of a business on Grafton Street. An employee whom was leaving work encountered two males arguing in the parking lot,...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

“Name Our Mascot” Winner – Congratulations to Tucker Gehl

“Congratulations to Tucker Gehl for submitting the winning name “Copper” for the Charlottetown Police Services “Name Our Mascot” Contest.  “Copper” was selected as the top choice from the sixty-eight entries received.  Thank-you to everyone who participated and we...

Back to School – Keep our Kids Safe

Charlottetown Police Services would like to welcome all teachers, staff and students back for the 2021-2022 school year. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that safety is all islanders responsibility as we make our way to and from schools:...

Brad MacConnell Named New Chief of Police

After a nationwide search, the City of Charlottetown has named Brad MacConnell the new Chief of the Charlottetown Police Services. Chief MacConnell was sworn in at an official ceremony held in Council Chambers at City Hall on Monday, August 30, 2021. The Honourable...

CPS Attend City Life Skills Camp

Cst Tim Keizer and Cst Dale Johnson dropped into the Inner City Life Skills Camp founded by Lenny Serois over 33 years ago. The Charlottetown Police Service are proud supports of the camp that provides Charlottetown youth with a fun filled confidence building...

Cyber Bullying and Fraud Talk

On Sat Aug 7 2021 Cst Tim Keizer and police outreach youth worker Jane Wood had the pleasure of addressing both youth and their parent of the dangers of cyber bullying. In  a later session police spoke to the realities of online frauds. Special thanks to Tammy Rayner...

NAME OUR MASCOT CONTEST

The Charlottetown Police Services needs your help to name our new mascot. The contest is open to children 12 years of age or younger and will be received Until August 18th, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Entries may be dropped off at the Charlottetown Police Services Headquarters...

PEI Classic Car Club Parade

Charlottetown Police Services recently had the pleasure to lead the PEI Antique Car Club parade through four different long-term care facilities in Charlottetown.  A big thank you to Rudy Croken and members of the Antique Car Club.  The parade saw fourteen antique...

CPS Participate in Annual Stars for Life BBQ

Charlottetown Polices Services Community Action Team participated in the annual Stars for Life BarBQ meet and greet on Wednesday July 21st. Stars for Life Foundation was established in 2002.  Its mission is committed to creating quality of life for people with autism...

Power-assisted Bicycle Regulations

Charlottetown Police Services would like to inform the public of new Power-assisted Bicycle Legislation that came into effect on July 10, 2021. The e-bike market has grown by leaps and bounds around the world and Prince Edward Island is no exception. The rising...

Cst Kristi MacKay Guest Speaker at Special Olympics PEI Gala

Cst MacKay was guest speaker at last nights Special Olympics PEI Enriching Lives Gala.  Cst MacKay has been involved with Special Olympics for many years.  She holds this organization near and dear to her heart and has formed a special friendship with athlete Erin...

UPDATE – Michael Arthur GAUDET LOCATED & ARRESTED

UPDATE - Sept 14 @ 7:30 am The suspect, Michael GAUDET was located and arrested this morning without incident at a residence on Rochford Street. We wish to thank the public for their assistance in locating him. ----------------------------------------------------...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

How do I…

Wanted